All that Glitters is Gold … and GREEN!

Coastin’ with a St. Patty’s Kitchen Sink Stamps’ Flash Back 
St Patricks Day post card

Do you like to stamp on coasters?

With a little leprechaun magic with and…

Invisible Snowman (Multi-Step) Clear Stamps,

to dust off all his cupid love for this fun St. Patrick’s Day postcard – originally posted in March 2011.St Patricks Day drink coaster & post card #2

Here is another “Going Green” postcard with some green roses added and a St. Pat’s coaster. I added a transparent scalloped circle with embossing powder on top of the image portion of the coaster. This is to prevent the ink from bleeding when the coaster absorbs moisture when a drink is placed on top.

So, what is your favorite shape coaster to stamp on?   Have an inky day!

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Stamps: Multi-Step Invisible Snowman Clear StampsMulti-Step Shamrocks & Clover Clear Stamps, Multi-Step Hanukkah Clear Stamps, Playful Alphabet Buddy Clear Stamps, 1/2 Pint Playful Alphabet Buddy Clear Stamps, Multi-Step Hearts & Roses Clear Stamps, and Big & Bold Swashes Clear Stamps from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

Paper: Rectangle chipboard coaster

Ink: (all Memento, unless noted)

  • HAT: Step #4 Imperial Purple (VersaFine), Step #3 Cottage Ivy,  Step #2 Pear Tart, Step #1 New Sprout, Step #4 – VersaMark and Irish Spring EP. 
  • SHAMROCK: Step #3 – Cottage Ivy, Step #2 Bamboo Leaves, Step #1 – Pear Tart.
  • GOLD COINS: Step #4 – Rich Cocoa, Step #3 Vintage Sepia (VersaFine), Step #2 Cantaloupe + Desert Sand, Step #1 Cantaloupe.
  • SHAMROCK BORDER: Step #1 – New Sprout.
  • SWASH: VersaMark and Kaleidoscope EP. 
  • SENTIMENT: Cottage Ivy, Bamboo Leaves, Pear Tart and New Sprout + VersaMark and Kaleidoscope EP (Irish Spring EP on the “G”).

Embellishments: Kaleidoscope EP from Stampendous!, Irish Spring EP (edge of postcard) from Sparkle & Sprinkle, and green rhinestones from stash.

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7 thoughts on “All that Glitters is Gold … and GREEN!

  1. Great projects for St Patrick’s day. I bought a bunch of coasters a long time ago and will have to dig them out and create. Mine are square.

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    1. Thank you, Sue! There are a lot of great projects that use square coasters… I will have to dig out mine too! 😉

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  2. wow! its nice.May i know from where i could get square coasters?

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    1. Hi Bruce, Thanks for the nice comment! You can find square blank chipboard coasters in a number of places … it all depends on how many you want to buy? For a limited number (10-50), I would suggest looking on Etsy or Amazon. If you are looking to purchase a large quantity (25k+) for yourself or to spilt with a friend/s … I would suggest katzamericas. They have round, square, rectangle, and in several different sizes. Hope this helps.

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  3. Thank you so much for your suggestion 🙂

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